7th July 201911:15 - 14:15
Admissions Area North West Tower, Tower Bridge
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Summer events have become the Surrey Regional Group’s tradition, helping to provide our group’s members with valuable opportunity for networking while enjoying sightseeing in London or rural parts of the South-Eastern counties.
The tour will allow you to discover the history of the Bridge through the stories of those that designed, constructed and maintained it. Combining key facts with anecdotes, the tour will bring the Bridge to life and is the ultimate way to experience London’s defining landmark.
The personal guided tour lasts for 1.5 hours, led by one of the Tower Bridge accredited Welcome Hosts.
For further information and booking please visit Eventbrite
There is a limited number of tickets so please be sure to book early or before Friday 21 June 2019.
Meet at 11:15am in the Admissions Area of the North West Tower
The Tour will qualify for 1.5 hours of CPD recognised by the Institution
Email - [email protected]
Name - Nigel Westwood
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